It is no secret Robert Griffin III is looking to bring back his failing career in Cleveland this season, but there are many other quarterbacks who are looking to bring themselves back from loss or revive their careers. These quarterbacks are looking to repeat their past successes bring back their former glory.

Robert Griffin III

After failing to repeat the success he had in his rookie year due to a slew of injuries resulting in Robert Griffin IIIbeing released from the Washington Redskins, the quarterback was picked up as a free agent by the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns are in dire need of a good quarterback to lead their failing offense to some level of success, and Griffin III is in need of a place to get back on his feet after recovering from his injuries.

This seems like a perfect fit, and as long as Griffin III can stay healthy, it will be.

Drew Brees

Drew Brees became one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in the NFL in his last contract negotiation but since then has not performed as he should have. The New Orleans Saints look to Brees as a huge leader on their team and but has been failing to show that in recent seasons. It is true the Saints are one of the best offensive teams in the NFL overall, but Brees is coming up on the last year of his contract if he cannot lead his team to a playoff run this year, it is likely he will not be able to get the same kind of deal he got the last time around.

Cam Newton

It might be shocking to put a quarterback who got to the Super Bowl on this list, but that is precisely why Cam Newton is on this list.

The Panthers lost miserably in Super Bowl 50, and Cam Newton was certainly not pleased with this result. Cam Newton, much like Peyton Manning previously, is now looking to get back to the Super Bowl and earn redemption for both himself and the Carolina Panthers.

Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick was another quarterback who started his NFL career out in a blaze of glory that soon fizzled out.

After replacing Alex Smith as the starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, Kaepernick had a great couple of seasons until 2014 when that all seemed to blow up. Kaepernick lost the starting job in Week Nine of the 2015 season and hadn’t played since due to a shoulder surgery. If he wants to get his job back, Kaepernick is going to need to pull off some amazing numbers this seasons.

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